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Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune

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Release Date:January 5, 2011
Running time:96 minutes
Director:Kenneth Bowser
Writer:Kenneth Bowser
Distributor:First Run Features

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Description: As our country continues to embroil itself in foreign wars and once again pins its hopes on a new leader's promise for change, the feature length documentary, "Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune" is a timely tribute to an unlikely American hero. Phil Ochs, a folk singing legend, who many called the emotional heart of his generation, loved his country and he pursued its honor, in song and action, with a ferocity that had no regard for consequences. Wielding only a battered guitar, a clear voice and a quiver of razor sharp songs, he tirelessly fought the good fight for peace and justice throughout his short life.

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